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Pembrokeshire

David Wilson

Publisher: Bird Eye Books

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Summary

From the rolling Preseli Hills to its dramatic cliff-top coastline, Pembrokeshire both excites and enthrals with a sense of timeless beauty. And yet there is also a story to be told, one of meaning and of ancestry, which acclaimed landscape photographer David Wilson brings to life through his remarkable black and white images.

Join David as he explores his native county through 58 stunning images and discover for yourself what the landscape really looks like.
Available since: 12/01/2021.

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